Joe Klemczewski

Health Scientist Social Science Writer Klemczewski, PhD has earned degrees in physical therapy, health, nutrition, literary journalism, and health education. He is currently pursuing a masters in social psychology at Harvard. Joe has created a wellness corporation, a fitness facility, and a sport supplement company specializing in proprietary protein formulations. He began licensing The Diet Doc business model in 2007 and has helped develop almost 100 Diet Doc Weight-Loss Centers around the world. Klemczewski’s staff and licensees continue to work with the highest-level athletes, models, and the general public through his innovative nutritional program. He has spoken at universities, school systems, fitness camps, medical organizations, and Fortune 500 companies. Joe was a contributing science editor for Chelo Publishing for fourteen years. His articles regularly appeared in Iron Man, Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, Exercise for Men, and Best Body; many have been translated for German and Asian publications. He has written for numerous websites, including eDiets, has contributed chapters to fitness industry books, and has edited physiology textbooks. His book, The Diet Docs’ Guide to Permanent Weight Loss, co-authored with Dr. Scott Uloth, MD, was released in 2009 by Harvest House Publishing, and 50 Days to Your Best Life in 2014, coauthored with Kori Propst. LMHC, PhD, by WordSpank Publishing. Klemczewski publishes the magazine, ALPHA: The Evolution of Fitness as a trade journal for The Diet Doc, LLC.